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L’Univers de Léo – souvenirs in Paris.

Notre Dame Postcard

Let’s talk about an ordinary souvenir shop called L’univers de Léo. Why? Because discovering a city like Paris, as a tourist, isn’t always a bad idea. Also the popular souvenir shops have cool items you want to take home. Even if it is just a small postcard ;) I have to be honest, it still remains a souvenir shop. The final concept of the store is not as original as it should have been but… you have to love this store. It’s full of happy colors, must-have gadgets and a lot of presents.

I’ll give you a little impression.
For more info http://luniversdeleo.com/
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Did she read my blog?

I was looking at this woman in the streets of Montmartre and wondered if she read my blog? Maybe she read my post about the forgotten postcard illustrators and found the great postcards of Dominique Bazin. Crazy thoughts but hey…it’s a crazy world, everything is possible!

Did she read my blog?

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Applause to the forgotten postcard illustrators!

Chat postcardThe little things in life make me feel so happy. I mean, look at this postcard. It’s just hanging on my closed but those little cats make my day! The goal of this post is that I only want to share this cool postcard with you, and the good news is.. there are many more! The cats on these postcards are so cute and the decors are very creative. I have 3 more postcards of them, hanging on my closed, next time I’m visiting Paris I buy the whole stock, no joke :) Gladly, that isn’t a problem because, you can buy them at almost any souvenir shop in Paris. Especially in the area of Montmartre and near the Notre-Dame!

I think that postcard-illustrators are being a bit forgotten in the world of creating and art, don’t you think? Because I bet that almost no one, looks at the back of a postcard to see who’s the illustrator. Which is of course a normal reaction, but if you want to discover some new artists, you should do it from now on :)

So this time, a big applause for Dominique Bazin the illustrator of these postcards and of course huge thanks for making my day ♥